A yellowish We-no-nah canoe has been found on the beach at 17805 North Shore Drive. If yours go there and retrieve it.
Come and join us for a FREE family sledding day at Camp Zanika this Saturday, February 17th, from 11AM to 4PM.
We will have sledding ( bring your own sled), build a snowman, snow forts, a snow shoe trek to Hidden Lake and enjoy hot cocoa and a wonderful fire both inside and outside. In case of low snow conditions we have craft activities also and a hike to hidden lake.
There is also the option to stay overnight at camp! It is free for Camp Fire Club members to spend the night, and only $20 per person or $30 per family of four and that includes dinner and breakfast the next morning.
The annual Tour de Bloom bicycle race will kick off three days of racing in the Wenatchee Valley area with a race in the Plain/Lake Wenatchee areas on the morning of Friday, May 4th, 2018. If you’re planning travel or other events that day be mindful of possible disruptions to vehicle travel. The route will go from Plain around the Chiwawa Loop Road, past the airstrip, up North Shore Drive, returning to Plain the Lake Wenatchee Highway and Beaver Valley Highway and ending on top of Beaver Hill on the Chumstick.
Thinking of Spring already? Here is an opportunity to learn or fine tune your chain saw skills. All the details can be found right here Saww Training.
County Commissioner Kevin Overbay will continue his monthly public meetings with constituents on Friday, February 9th, in Plain. The meeting will begin at 9AM in the conference room of Beaver Valley Lodging, the building immediately south of Plain Grocery. These informal “Coffee with Kevin” meetings have been well attended and very informative. Bring your questions or comments on any county issue.
We thought we would take just a moment of your time to give you an update on the Save Nason Ridge Project. Weyerhaeuser has agreed to suspend logging and road building while a purchase agreement is being negotiated with the Chelan Douglas Land Trust and Western Rivers Conservancy (WRC). WRC has successfully negotiated a number of purchase agreements with Weyerhaeuser and we are very happy to be teaming with them on this project. We hope to have an agreement to purchase the Nason Ridge property, including the area used for cross-country skiing along the ridge and down towards Coles Corner, in the first half of 2018. Continuing to gather public support is the most important contribution you can make at this time, please continue to circulate our online petition, here is a link you can email to friends or post on social media:
The cross-country ski trails above Nason Creek and up the backside of Nason Ridge are all groomed and the snowshoe trail up Nason Ridge is open. Please come enjoy this wonderful winter resource. To check ski trail grooming status see the Lake Wenatchee XC Grooming Status page.
Thank you for your continued support.